The dialog for the "startup applications" shows an entry "GNOME Login Sound" that has the command /usr/bin/canberra-gtk-play --id="desktop-login" --description="GNOME Login". The command doesn't work in the terminal (says: "Failed to play sound: File or data not found"). I'm pretty sure, that this entry is useless because ist was "migrated" from the former Ubuntu 10.10. Maybe I disabled the startup-sound in my former Ubuntu-installation and this has an effect on mit current LM-installation.
Can someone tell me, where I can find the function to enable the startup sound? (Maybe Dconf-editor?).
Btw: The sound is absolutely OK on my computer. I can play mp3-files without any problem.
Edit: I forgot to mention, that a workarount would be: New Entry in the Startup Applications with the command
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But I'm seraching for the default-configuration